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Tracker Marine Buttercream 55 Inch Fuzzy Backed Boat Vinyl(Yard)

Boat part number 8101572 is a NEW off the roll, increment of Buttercream colored fuzzy backed boat vinyl from Tracker Marine.
made for Tracker Boats
$12.00 MSRP: $16.20
GLS Stock #: 8101572-5P464
196 in stock
Boat part number 8101572 is a NEW off the roll, increment of Buttercream colored fuzzy backed boat vinyl from Tracker Marine. This vinyl measures 55” wide.

Sold in one-yard increments. Simply enter the number of yards you would like in the quantity field. Lengths are sold as continuous linear yards.

Specifications:
  • Boat Manufacturer: Tracker Marine
  • Part Manufacturer: Spradling International Inc.
  • Part Number: 071313
  • Color: Buttercream
  • Material: Vinyl (Fuzzy Backed)
  • Overall Dimensions: 55” W x linear yard

Sold as seen in pictures. Customers please note every computer shows colors differently. All measurements are approximate.

This product is cut to length and we cannot accept returns or cancellations on any cut to length product.

Since every computer shows colors differently, you can email/call us for a sample.

Sold as seen in pictures. Customers please note every computer shows colors differently. All measurements are approximate.

This product is cut to length and we cannot accept returns or cancellations on any cut to length product.

Since every computer shows colors differently, you can email/call us for a sample.

Product Questions

Fuzzy backing does not tell me much. I'm looking for outdoor felt backed vinyl for patio furniture covers. This would be a rather thin backing to prevent rubbing of naked vinyl against furniture surfaces. Could you tell me more about the fuzzy backing for instance what material it is and if it is molded into the vinyl or is glued or otherwise attached to the back surface of the vinyl?
Question by: John on Oct 15, 2021, 1:03 PM
Hi John,

We aren't really sure what exactly that backing is made from. If you are in the lower 48 states, we can send a no charge sample. All we need is your address.

Gene
Answer by: Gene Warmuth on Oct 15, 2021, 1:43 PM